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c-mode

Do automatic indentation for C-like languages.

This command puts the current buffer in C mode, appropriate for editing programs written in any language with a syntax similar to C (such as EEL). In C mode, <Enter> indents each new line by scanning previous lines to determine the proper indentation. <Tab> reindents the current line when you invoke it with point inside a line's indentation. With point outside a line's indentation, or when repeated, this command adds more indentation.

By default, the find-file command automatically turns on C mode for files that end with .c, .cpp, .hpp, .cxx, .hxx, .y, .h, .java, .inl, idl, .acf, .cs, .i, .ii, .m, .mi, .mm, .mmi, or .e.

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C Mode



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